No matter how much powder or how many suspicious packages you send to the IRS, you're still going to have to pay your taxes by April 18 (hey, at least we got three extra days to file 'em).
Please, stop sending your "leaking" (ew) packages to the IRS.
IRS workers found an envelope leaking a substance Monday morning at the IRS Complex (333 West Pershing Road), according to KMBC Channel 9. Authorities reportedly took the package to another location to inspect it, and workers were sent back into the building. Lucky them.
Fox 4 reported that this was the second day in a row that workers had found a suspicious package. On Sunday, a powdery substance was found in an envelope (it wasn't anything threatening). Weirdos, please, just stop. Take the time you'd normally spend putting your leaky substance into an envelope and e-file those taxes. Sending baby powder is not the way to get an extension.